Jennifer Aniston Reveals the Drugstore Beauty Products She Always Buys in Bulk
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Jennifer Aniston Reveals the Drugstore Beauty Products She Always Buys in Bulk

Jennifer Aniston may get all dolled up in Giorgio Armani makeup on the red carpet, but when it comes to her everyday routine, the 48-year-old has a far more relatable (and budget-friendly!) beauty routine.

She dished the dirt about what drugstore finds she stocks up in bulk to Refinery29, and her answers were surprisingly affordable!

First up? L’Oreal Lash Out Extra Lengthening Mascara ($16). With conditioners to keep lashes soft and healthy, a flake-proof formula, and a “Teddy Bear” brush to build and separate, it’s a favorite of the former “friend,” and considering she pretty much has her pick of the litter, you KNOW it’s gotta be good.

Unfortunately, the mascara has since been discontinued, but you can still pick it up here and there on Amazon and Wal-Mart.

Also Aniston-approved is Neutrogena’s Facial Cleansing Bar ($4), which you can score at your local Target. It’s free of detergents, dyes, and hardeners, so those with sensitive skin are safe to give it a go, though it’s recommended for oily skin types.

And while this might not be a drugstore product, the Dumplin’ star can’t help herself. She’s all about the face masks right now. “There are so many wonderful ones out there. Charlotte Tilbury has a great one right now,” Aniston says. She loves the brand’s Goddess Skin Clay Mask ($55), a blend of Spanish clay and sweet almond oil with Frangipani flower extracts (best for dry or problem skin).

It’s a heck of a lot more simple routine than you may have read she undergoes (which, by the way, is total BS, according to the star). “There was a mayonnaise mask that someone said I I was doing. Or there was another one about leeches on my skin, which I know people do, but it’s never happened to me.”

Duly noted!

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 (h/t Refinery 29; photos via Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty)